1) Know the company:
One feedback he received from the employers is that students need to do some background knowledge on the company they would like to work/ intern for. Be prepared for questions regarding their company's goals, their purpose and the jobs/internships they offer. Knowing a bit about the company puts you ahead of your peers!
2) DP is here for you:
Although there was not many companies looking for biomedical or material engineers, McNamara assured that the Career Center can work with you 1:1 to ensure that you find the right internship.
3) Don't give up
Most resumes are taken online by the companies so when you are presenting yourself to a employer and they say "submit your resume online," do not take that as a "NO!". They have many students to see and they don't say that to everyone so don't fret.
Until next time!